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A Fighting Spirit

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Zimbabwean middle-weight boxing champion, Gilbert Josamu, discovered he was HIV positive at the height of his career. Many in Zimbabwean society view HIV/AIDS as a disease for white homosexuals. Although feeling conflicted about endangering his opponents, Josamu forged his medical certificate and continued to fight. A few months before he died, he confessed to having lived with HIV for 14 years. This confession was followed by public outrage. Josamu formed an AIDS support group to help him and others deal with public perceptions of people living with HIV. He also embarked on a public campaign to encourage people to disclose their positive status.
VHS
2001
Ivy (By Request)
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Ndodii?: What Shall I Do?

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Ndodii is set in a remote village in Zimbabwe; it dramatizes the impact of HIV/AIDS on the traditional practice of wife inheritance. Village elders instruct MaMoyo, an HIV-positive widow, to choose a new husband. Faced with being ostracized and blamed for her husband's death, she must decide whether or not to break the tradition.; Big balls: two carpenters, one black, one white, have a crude conversation in a dusty workshop as they construct a coffin. As their blunt banter, heavy with innuendo, continues we discover that all the women these two have slept with have died.
VHS
2001
Ivy (By Request)
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That's Me

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In That's me, a HIV-positive drag queen discusses being gay and HIV-positive in Zimbabwe.; Choose life is Mozambican music video centered around the funeral of a young man who has died of AIDS. It stresses that people should cherish and enjoy life while acting responsibility regarding HIV and AIDS.
VHS
2001
Ivy (By Request)